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Inspiring Interior Design Accounts for You To Follow on Instagram

Inspiring interior design accounts for you to follow on instagram on feelgood fibers

Some of the best inspiration for sewing comes from architectural elements. And some of the best inspiration for color combinations, textures and style comes from the world of interior design. 

So we’ve rounded up a list of interior designers that we can’t get enough of, and think you might enjoy following as well! We hope that these designers will inspire your work in new ways.

Are you ready to redecorate your feed?

Justina Blakeney | @justinablakeney

Justina Blakeney is a designer, artist and New York Times bestselling author. She is the founder and director of Jungalow® a blog, brand and online shop. She is known for her vibrant, jungalicious style, for hand-painting the surface patterns that appear in her product lines, and for speaking on creative entrepreneurship at conferences worldwide.

Amber Lewis | @amberinteriors

Amber Lewis is the founder of Amber Interiors, a Los Angeles-based interior design studio best known for her California-inspired aesthetic.

Jessica Helgerson | @jhinteriordesign

Jessica Helgerson has more than twenty-five years of experience designing residential and commercial interiors. Though her interiors are typically clean and uncluttered, she is comfortable working in a variety of styles, guided by her clients’ individual needs and tastes. Jessica has a long-standing interest in green building and sustainability. For four years, her family lived, rather experimentally, in a 540-square-foot cottage on five acres of farmland.

Dabito | @dabito

Dabito is the founder and creative director of Old Brand New, a creative studio specializing in design, art direction, branding, photography, and brand partnerships. Best known for his creative use of color, his seamless mix of modern and vintage pieces, and approachable, DIY approach to design, Dabito has had his work featured in the New York Times, Architectural Digest, the Los Angeles Times, Dwell, Elle Décor, and House Beautiful. He also produced the stunning photography in the best-selling The New Bohemians Handbook series with Justina Blakeney.

Becki Owens | @beckiowens

Becki Owens is a designer with a fantastic Instagram and blog. From kitchen makeovers to new builds, she’s passionate about the environments she creates. Simple, clean, and elegant, she applies her aesthetic to great shopping finds for your wardrobe as well as your home.

Kelly Wearstler | @kellywearstler

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Kelly Wearstler, founder and principal of Kelly Wearstler, is an American designer creating amazingly layered residential, hospitality, commercial and retail spaces. She also has an expansive collection of lifestyle product designs.

Syd & Shea McGee | @studiomcgee

The McGees launched their firm in 2014 and it has quickly grown to become one of the most well-known interior design studios in the nation. You’ll love their signature clean style.

Emily Henderson | @em_henderson

HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson has a quirky, eclectic style that mixes vintage and modern finds. She also writes a daily blog full of inspiring design conversation that you will love!

Mark D Sikes | @markdsikes

Mark D Sikes is an all-American designer with a fresh take on classic aesthetics. He is a NY Times bestseller and has partnered with some amazing furniture manufacturers to develop his signature product lines.

Orlando Soria | @mrorlandosoria

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2020 got off to a dark start. A few days ago someone I care about quite a bit lost his mother unexpectedly, just days after we’d spent time with her over the holidays making food, talking about life, and laughing together. My heart is broken for my friend and his family and I’m feeling pretty powerless to do anything to make him feel any sort of comfort. And I’m back to work shooting my show. The first few episodes are expanding my creative abilities, utilizing my empathetic skills, and opening up some emotional conversations for both me and my guests. The first client of 2020 lost her husband a year ago and is still battling her way through the depths of grief. Everything we talked about dripped with the subtext of loss. Today, I’m meeting with another client who is approaching a new, exciting chapter of her life. That these people are letting me into their lives, often at incredibly sensitive times where everything is in flux, is not lost on me. What a gift it is to play a role in someone’s healing, or in someone’s building a new life for herself. I don’t really believe in finding false silver linings to sad stories. Some things, like my friend losing his mom, are just terrible things that feel impossible to comprehend. But I’m thankful for a few things. Thankful I got to know my friend’s mother before her passing, that I now know someone whose personality is so innately woven into his. And with work that I have this opportunity to do what I love, creating beautiful spaces, to help people improve their lives and recover from calamitous life events. Sending a little nudge to anyone who might need it if they’re going through a terrible time – you’re not alone. Trying my best to just be an ear, letting those around me know I’m here and am listening, that I won’t act like there’s a way to comfort away things that are impossible to deal with. That’s the best we can do sometimes for the people we love.

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Orlando Soria is an interior designer, writer, and visual artist who lives in Los Angeles, California. He got his start on HGTV as Emily Henderson’s on-camera assistant on the home makeover series Secrets From A Stylist, and is the founder of Hommemaker. His big heart shines through in his design work, and he has a funny and engaging writing style that will make following him a joy!

Malene Barnett | @malenebatelier

Artist and designer, Malene Barnett, draws on her deep love of color and rich textures to merge fine art with the principles of digital design to create a collection of contemporary paintings and patterns, clay objects and gorgeous carpets. A graduate of FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology), Malene studied fashion illustration and textile surface design.  She draws on Caribbean and African culture and community to infuse her designs with color, texture and meaning.

Corey Damen Jenkins | @coreydamenjenkins

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Mondays are the gateway to the new week! 🤗 Check out this “gateway” to a Bloomfield Hills home I designed! Foyers are the best and first impression one can make to visitors about their style. With such strong American Colonial Revival architectural elements at work here, I felt it was necessary to really punch up the drama with a bold paint color choice. It just so happens that my favorite color—emerald green—was the way to go! Sometimes, I simply cannot find just the right shade of a certain color on any existing paint wheels. In those situations, we do a custom paint mix right there on site! This method ensures that the color ties in seamlessly with whatever fabrics and other design elements I’ve selected for the space. That’s exactly what we did here and the results just sing! The antique wheat sconces, traditional furnishings, and gorgeous wooden floors are complemented by this unexpected shade of deep jade. Customization is a powerful tool: if you can’t find it, bring it into existence! 😝👌🏽📸: @wrsphoto

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Corey Damen Jenkins is a nationally acclaimed designer. He mixes vibrant colors, layered patterns and architectural inspiration to create spaces that are polished, exciting and unexpected.

Ken Fulk | @kenfulk

Celebrity interior designer Ken Fulk has put his special touch on jets, hotels, restaurants and homes across the world. He is a global stylemaker and one of Architectural Digest’s top 100.

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